STS_INSTALL_NO_REPO=yesas an environment parameter:
.msi. The latest version of the installer can be downloaded from https://stackstate-agent-2.s3.amazonaws.com/windows/stable/stackstate-agent-latest-1-x86_64.msi.
C:\stackstate-custom.msi, and the PowerShell script saved as
C:\install_script.ps1, open PowerShell with elevated privileges and invoke the following set of commands:
docker-compose up -d.
cluster-agent. To run the basic Agent, the resources named below are required. These were observed running StackState Agent V2 v2.13.0 on a c5.xlarge instance with 4 vCPU cores and 8GB RAM. They give an indication of the overhead for the most simple set up. Actual resource usage will increase based on the Agent configuration running. This can be impacted by factors such as the Agent processes that are enabled, the number and nature of checks running, whether network connection tracking and protocol inspection are enabled, and the number of Kubernetes pods from which metrics are collected on the same host as the Agent.